The Center engages in activities that cut across scholarly disciplines, connect the campus, and complement the work of existing international programs. It provides a forum for a broad dialog to address the challenges of our time.
The Einaudi Center catalyzes and strategically invests in, and leads new initiatives. It organizes and supports activities adressing contemporary questions in international studies.
The Einaudi Center’s Foreign Policy Initiative emerged from the understanding that Cornell needs to contribute to these important debates. Its goals is to maximize the intellectual impact of Cornell’s existing resources in international public affairs.
The Einaudi Center offers the international relations minor (IRM), an interdisciplinary program open to undergraduates enrolled in any of Cornell's seven undergraduate colleges.
This public forum provides faculty, visiting scholars, students, and the local community the opportunity to address current and new issues in international studies that cut across disciplinary areas and regions of the world.
The Einaudi Center organizes and supports cross-disciplinary discourse on current events such as the September 11 bombing in 2001, the Indian Ocean tsunami 2004, or the uprise in the Middle East in 2011.
These events organized on campus, New York City, and Washington D.C. allow alumni to interact with Cornell faculty on topics as America's place in the world and foreign policy.
CIEN hosted by the Einaudi Center provides a forum for staff and faculty members involved in the international dimension of Cornell including those who work with the international student and scholar population or U.S. students who study abroad.
The Einaudi Center develops strategic partnerships with U.S.-based and international institutions to encourage academic cooperation and through instruction, research, and academic programs.